Lifestyle | The Tuam Herald

By: Tuam Herald  05/12/2011

OK, so these don’t come under the heading of ladies’ fashion strictly, but I don’t think there is anyone, mother or otherwise, who isn’t smitten by these adorable booties. These snug, faux fur-lined booties come in four colours and are suitable for babies from newborn to 18 months. They are the latest addition to the [..]

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WE mightn’t have had to deal with the beauty disasters that sub-zero temperatures can challenge us with, but we definitely should be watching out for any flakiness on the skin front, even though there’s no sign of them falling from the sky just yet. Temperatures don’t have to get too cold to see our skin [..]

Aries (Mar21/Apr20) Work is especially enjoyable, when you’re given a challenging assignment that has you firing on all cylinders. Be sure to stay alert and efficient at all times, for you never know how or when people are assessing your efforts. You may have to give ground to a colleague who has more experience, but [..]

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THE DOG in the photograph is called Tiny, and she has diabetes. She does not seem happy with her situation, as she hides her head under her owner’s arm. Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as simply “diabetes”, is a diagnosis that often causes owners to groan in disappointment when they discover what is wrong with their [..]

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CELEBRITY chef Kevin Dundon will visit SuperValu in Tuam on Wednesday, December 7 to encourage shoppers to spend less this Christmas. Kevin will host a festive food cookery demonstration and offer some culinary inspiration for Christmas. “I’ve opened my recipe black book and I look forward to sharing my secrets and most famous recipes to [..]

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ITALIAN night at home doesn’t have to mean opening up a jar of shop-bought sauce, chucking it on top of mince and giving it a few minutes to heat through before dolloping it on top of some over-cooked spaghetti. The real beauty of good Italian food is its simplicity. Some of the best dishes can [..]

RENOWNED trad group Four Men and a Dog will play Monroe’s Live Venue on Dominick Street, Galway this Saturday night, December 3. The band is celebrating 21 years on the road and features Cathal Hayden (fiddle/banjo), Donal Murphy (accordion), Gerry O’Connor (banjo/fiddle), Kevin Doherty (guitar/vocals) and Gino Lupari (bodhran/vocals). Four Men and a Dog made [..]

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AIDS West will present a special candlelit concert this evening, Wednesday, December 1 in the magical surroundings of St Nicholas Collegiate Church, Galway to mark World Aids Day. This will mark the tenth anniversary of this annual event at St Nicholas Church and is a free event for all ages, starting at 8 pm. The [..]

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Honey-toned baritone singer Declan O’Rourke makes his welcome return to Galway on December 16 with a full band show in the Roisín Dubh. With his distinctive vocal and song-writing style Declan has captured many hearts and minds and his list of famous fans is quite staggering with Paul Weller, Johnathon Ross and Snow Patrol among [..]

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INTRIGUING songsmith and gifted melody-maker Keith Mullins has headed back to the UK as support to The Saw Doctors on their latest tour, which started at the weekend. Keith and his band will travel the length and breadth of the UK warming-up crowds in Liverpool, Edinburgh and Aberystwyth as well as two shows at the [..]

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Headlines | The Tuam Herald

By DAVID BURKE SERIOUS HARM was done in the past to children by a few priests of the Archdiocese of Tuam, but for the past 16 years the archdiocese has implemented strict and effective child protection policies. Mike and Terri Flynn enjoy time at home in Glencorrib with their sons Daniel, 2, Stephen, 9, and seven-year-old Matthew, who received a National Courage Award following his treatment for a rare brain condition.


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Sport | The Tuam Herald

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Opinion | The Tuam Herald

ON?PAGES 2 and 3 of the programme for the Druid Theatre production of Big Maggie is an article by Catriona Crowe which pulls the rug from under the image of the old Ireland of cosy homesteads and warm firesides and instead sketches a scene of frequent bullying and dispossession.


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Farming | The Tuam Herald

PAYMENTS under the Suckler Welfare Scheme for calves born in 2011 will be made soon, promises the Minister for Agriculture who is urging applicants to complete the registration of the scheme measures for all of their weaned calves with the Irish Cattle Breeding Federation. A REMINDER that Co. Galway I.F.A. Executive are holding a special function in aid of Cancer Care West to coincide with the local launch of Prostate Cancer Awareness for men.